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Oct 27, 2012 11:45pm EDT
sandy as she continues to roar up the east coast. thank you for joining us tonight. >>> tonight all eyes are on sandy. a deadly storm expected to strike the d.c. area in less than 24-hours. what are you seeing? >> we have the latest that just came in. it is still a very strong storm. and a very powerful storm. and massive in size. let's begin with radar. you can see where the rainfall is hitting areas of the coastal region. outer bands we are seeing wet weather edging along areas of the coastal region close to d.c. central convection has increased. that's strengthened in more than 24-hours. not any real intensification in terms of the storm. it has moved right over the past several hours. we are really just watching this closely. let's go to our weather maps. this is our satellite view of the storm as it pushes through. it is 30-miles east southeast of charleston, south carolina. as we take a look now here we'll show you actually the spaghetti models. they are coming together better than they have over the past day or so. majority of the spaghetti models are still moving it closer toward
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